Madrid, Spain. Near my apt in Lavapies, I came across this art exhibition, "Guia Nocturna de Museos", at the Tabacalera, a raw art venue in an abandoned tobacco factory. Photographer Fernando Maquieira took night shots at 50 museums, looking for emotional aspects of art that are more evident at night.
Past the reception desk, the space was extremely dark. The exhibition was across a projection room and in the lower level.
The dark photos were mixed with sculpture and installations, in a warren of separate rooms.
Portrait of a night guard, and a small room of security monitors
Large color transparencies were hanging in the only (relatively) light room
Maybe this was all a dream I had... probably I've been visiting too many museums.? Art venues are so much more adventurous than museums, even in how they interpret "Art in Museums".
Also at the Tabacalera, an installation of Suzy Gomez in the factory latrine.